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Tip Sheet Forced Labor

How To Identify Forced Labor In Your Supply Chain

Forced labor continues to threaten the supply chains of companies that rely on Chinese manufacturing. The advisory highlights the reputational, economic, and legal risk for businesses whose supply chains may be exposed to human rights abuses in Xinjiang.
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Gracias a los datos públicos, descubrimos una red corporativa con sede en México relacionada con una persona sospechosa de suministrar fentanilo ilegal al Cártel de Sinaloa.
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Verifying a company’s existence is a crucial first step in conducting third-party risk assessments. Follow these tips during your third-party onboarding process to identify and verify a business’s existence in China using public records.
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UBO can be one of the most difficult pieces of information to identify when investigating entities with a global network. Follow these steps to identify a company’s UBO via the Central Bank of Russia.
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Corporate filings in Mexico will often leave out valuable information, such as company identifiers and addresses.
A live investigation supplemented by open-source resources into an OFAC sanctioned Russian Organization and in-depth explanation of Russia sanctions.
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Follow these tips during your MENA investigation to ensure you have a complete picture of family ownership in the commercial network you are investigating.
Learn how to identify contraband smugglers and their corporate networks using public records. In our latest investigation, we uncovered a network of Paraguayan companies that are at high risk for importing, transporting, and/or selling contraband clothing.
This investigation highlights the efficacy of matching publicly released government documents with commercial records to track a known Saddam associate and smuggler who continues to grow business operations across the region.
Legal definitions of ultimate beneficial ownership differ from country to country. It can broadly be defined as the natural person(s) who ultimately owns or controls an entity. More often than not, this means the ability to control the transactional activity of a company or asset.
Learn how to identify high-risk currency exchange centers in Mexico using public records. In our latest investigation, we identified over two dozen Mexico-based currency exchange centers that are at high risk for money laundering.